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End of a Perfect Adventure with The Perfect Caribbean Sunset in Belize

21 November 2008 3 Comments

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This video from Belize is just absolutely beautiful. Picture yourself in a Caribbean paradise, maybe its a vacation, maybe its your honeymoon, or maybe you don’t need a reason at all. You are on an island situated in the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere.

You’ve spent a week exploring the rain forest at Chaa Creek. Climbing up Mayan ruins, taking guided tours through the rain forest. Speeding up on zip lines through the canopy and cooling off floating down a river and through a cave on a tube. You’ve enjoyed the brilliance of wild life, viewed varieties of birds in numbers that you still can’t imagine five minutes after seeing them with your own eyes!

Then you are whisked away from Belize City to Caye Caulker a small island 20 miles by speed boat or small plane. You’ve dived the amazingly beautiful blue hole and snorkeled in waters where you could view everything from manatees to rays and coral reefs that are the envy of the world.

You have been saving the best up for last and that is what this video shows. It is a perfect sunset overlooking the water, with boats and sail boats soaking up the last of the sun light. Best of all, you are there!

Sunset in Caye Caulker Belize

Taken from the Lee Side Rooms. It was a great little place to stay. Taken May 29 2007.


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  • Jessie said:

    caribbean travel…

    Nice! You are truly brilliant….

  • arman said:

    amazing video…nice work

  • H Taylor said:

    island resort in belize…

    I love Belize! I was searching for %KEYWORD% on %DAY% and stumbled on your post here. Who say the internet is full of garbage and nonsense!…

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